TestFairy needed reliability to ensure their code would perform flawlessly, and they're using a Mac mini at MacStadium to ship out bulletproof code. We got their mini story from TestFairy Co-founder, Yair Bar-On.
Benepass set up their iOS CI pipeline using a Mac mini at MacStadium. We spoke with the lead engineer and chief technology officer at Benepass to see how they leveraged their mini to grow their business.
In this last installment of Dave Verwer’s iOS Developer Community Survey, we’re turning our analytical eye to what iOS developers are working on both personally and professionally.
What is a Kubernetes Secret and can you make sure that all your secrets are being kept? In this blog, we give you an overview of what Kubernetes Secrets are and how to make them.
MacStadium CEO Greg McGraw and CFO Michael Landreth are finalists in the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 Southeast Awards program.
For the fifth consecutive year, MacStadium appears on the Inc. 5000, ranking No. 1175 with three-year revenue growth of 385 percent.
Pods, ReplicaSets, and Deployments are definitely something new and returning users will need to have in their K8s playbook. Let us guide you on the K8s journey with our latest installment.
MacStadium is excited to announce that the company is 32 on the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Pacesetter list of the top 100 fastest-growing companies in the Atlanta metro.
VNC, SSH, or VPN, you can interact with a Mac mini remotely in several different ways. In this how-to, we walk you through different ways you can access your Mac mini - including our recommendations.
MacStadium has been named a Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® in 2020 by the NABR.
We’re back with Part 2 of our analysis of Dave Verwer’s iOS Developer Community Survey. In this installment, we talk tools - from Swift to Objective-C and from Jenkins to Bazel, here’s what developers are using.
In order to retain data beyond the life-cycle of a given Pod in Kubernetes, you’ll have to use a persistent volume. In this walkthrough, we’ll take you through the complexities of persistent volumes and claims.
Set sail with K8s with part four in the How to K8s series! Let us take you through how to pull, edit, and push a Docker image.
In part three of our How to K8s series, we take you through emptyDir and volume, and how to share data between containers in a pod.
We've had a lot of interest in the 2018 mini, and we're excited to announce that we've added a new hardware offering to the Orka family - 2018 Mac mini clusters.
Jump into part one of our Chef series, where we introduce some concepts and ideas for beginners and discuss the latest update to the Chef training materials.
There are a lot of players in the iOS testing landscape. We’ve picked four open source platforms for your consideration.
As Dev and Ops teams combine to DevOps teams, ephemeral builds become a bigger pain point - don’t worry, we’ll walk you through the how-tos with Orka.
In the second installment of How to K8s, we explore how to use a Kubernetes load balance service to expose a single IP.
Dave Verwer’s iOS Developer Community Survey came out a couple of months ago, and we’ve been looking over the data ever since. In part 1, we look at where iOS devs keep their Macs.
When working with Kubernetes environments, you may find it useful to access a pod directly. You can do that by calling kubectl exec to get direct command line access.